How is it made ?
Anhydrous nitrate Ephedrine Red Phosphorous Lithium Antifreeze Lantern fuel
Methods of use
Stages of a TIK use
Rush ( 20 – 40 minutes) High ( 3 days ) Binge Crash
Short term effects
anxiousness and nervousness incessant talking extreme moodiness and irritability purposeless, repetitious behavior, such as picking at skin or pulling out hair sleep disturbances false sense of confidence and power; aggressive or violent behavior
Dilated Pupils: Stimulant Intoxication
Longer term signs of abuse
disinterest in previously enjoyed activities; and severe depression. Dry mouth, sores in and around the mouth Weight loss Irritability, temper outbursts, aggression
Effects of TIK Abuse
What are the medical complications ?
rapid heart rate, irregular heartbeat, increased blood pressure convulsions damaged blood vessels and skin abscesses Acute lead poisoning 50 % of the dopamine producing cells in the brain can be damaged
Tik : not a great injectionable drug
Dental problems caused by Meth
(injecting Meth intravenously)
Abscesses caused by: Cranking
Meth Needle Marks
intense paranoia confusion, anxiety visual and auditory hallucinations Out-of-control rages delusions
How long does TIK stay in the system ?
Approximately 5 days
Realities to prepare for if you’re dealing with TIK in your home Tik cravings are long lasting and repetitive Small valuables start disappearing As addiction progresses, aggression will set in Use of downers may follow
The following poem was written by a young girl who was in jail for drug charges, and was addicted to crystal meth (TIC). She wrote this while in jail. As you will soon read, she fully grasped the horrors of the drug, as she tells in this simple, yet profound poem. She was released from jail, but true to her story, the drug owned her.
My Name: "Is TIK” I destroy homes, I tear families apart, take your children, and...
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